Retired police officer Heymer looks at spontaneous human combustion. In this book, he explains how his interest was captured after investigating a case, and describes this and other cases along with an account of the widespread disbelief or silence of the scientific community. read more...
In this text, Heymer, a retired police officer, looks at spontaneous human combustion (SHC). He tells of how he once investigated a case of what he remains convinced was SHC and how this led to him delving into possible causes and the widespread silence or disbelief of the scientific community. He takes the view that those with intensive specialist training may have very rigid opinions and refuse to see something they do not wish to or which fails to accord with their theories. read less...
|Publisher||Little, Brown Book Group|
|Imprint||Time Warner Paperbacks|
|Number of Pages||272|